Nespresso Vertuo Evoluo Coffee and Espresso Machine with Aeroccino by De’Longhi, Silver

December 7, 2017 - Comment

Espresso is constantly evolving the way you drink espresso and coffee. Offering freshly brewed coffee with cream as well as delicious, authentic Espresso, the Virtue Velour machine conveniently makes two cup sizes, 7.7 fl. oz. Coffee and 1.35 fl. oz. Espresso, at the touch of a button. It uses two different capsule sizes: large capsule

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Espresso is constantly evolving the way you drink espresso and coffee. Offering freshly brewed coffee with cream as well as delicious, authentic Espresso, the Virtue Velour machine conveniently makes two cup sizes, 7.7 fl. oz. Coffee and 1.35 fl. oz. Espresso, at the touch of a button. It uses two different capsule sizes: large capsule for Coffee and a small one for Espresso. Virtue Velour coffee makers deliver a perfect cup of coffee time after time, thanks to , a patented extraction technology developed by Espresso. Virtue Velour uses an intelligent extraction system that recognizes each Grand Cru blend. Thanks to a barcode on the rim of the capsule, the brewing parameters are adjusted by the machine, with no need to change settings. This delivers the best in-cup result for your chosen variety – at the touch of a single button. The capsule is automatically ejected after brewing, with only 15-20 seconds of pre-heating time, while the automatic energy-saving function switches the machine off after 9 minutes of inactivity, consuming less energy. Each machine includes a welcome set with 12 capsules, each with varying intensities and taste profiles. The bundle includes the 3. It provides a smooth, finely textured hot or cold fresh milk froth for your coffee recipes via an ultra simple and fast automatic system, in a few seconds, without noise or vibration. The also heats milk for your Cafe Latte or Cappuccino.

Product Features

  • Vertuo Evoluo coffee makers use a patented extraction technology developed by Nespresso known as Centrifusion, just insert a capsule and close the lever; Designed for use with Nespresso capsules
  • Based on the barcode on the rim of the capsule, the brewing parameters are adjusted by the machine depending on the selected Grand Cru, no need to change settings
  • One convenient machine for two cup sizes, 7.7 fl. oz. Coffee and 1.35 fl. oz. Espresso, via two different capsule sizes: large capsule for Coffee and a small one for Espresso
  • Extra large 54oz water tank and a very large 17 count used capsule container
  • The Aeroccino 3 provides a smooth, finely textured hot or cold milk fresh milk froth for your coffee recipes
  • Each machine includes a welcome set with 12 Nespresso VertuoLine capsules with unique aroma profiles; Items valued seperately at $298

Comments

James L says:

The Closest to Having a Home Barrista in a Single-Cup Ease Unit Just received as a holiday present which goes alongside our collection of brewers (cold drip, cold infused, manual espresso, stove-top pressure, stove-top vacuum, greek stove-top, US drip, Melita drip, Chemex drip/pour-over.) First time top-notch creme came from a machine with a single-serve portioning. Although I wasn’t and am still not crazy about non-biodegradable pods (that cannot be composted), the Nespresso’s are aluminum and go into the recycling with the pop and beer cans. Looking at…

Curt Pollack says:

The new Vertuoline Evoluo Deluxe is a winner! Though I’ve been a happy Nespresso espresso machine owner since 2002, I was not an early adopter of the Vertuoline. With the heavily promoted events in my area and the crema-rich servings, I tried to appreciate the new system but the coffee just wasn’t hot enough. Then I tried a sample made by a Nepresso rep last weekend from the new Evoluo line, the coffee had a fresh aroma (always a good sign) and it was hot and rich. 

Ms Missy says:

Makes a BEAUTIFUL shot of espresso! I LOVE this machine! It is clean and fast (the thing I loved about my Keurig before I ditched it), and it brews FABULOUS coffee and espresso (something the Keurig did NOT do, which is why I ditched it). I spent years working at a gourmet espresso bar, and I know what a lovely espresso shot with crema looks like– and this machine makes that, without all the fuss of grinding/measuring/damping/disposing of your own espresso. Honestly, the only reason this doesn’t get five stars is because the…

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